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La Panthère Parisienne

Comment ne pas passer à coté de La Féline, petite douceur pop parisienne ?

Une voix rêveuse et chaleureuse, des chansons pleines de millions de références cinématographiques. 133 more words


Strolling along minding my own business

I can’t be 100% sure, but I think Rattus Norvegicus was the second album I bought.  Boy, wasn’t I cool?  (Stay tuned to find out what the first was.)  It’s a great album, but I think it’s hard to top this as a brilliant and thoroughly individual track.   196 more words

Audiogramme du dimanche 30 novembre 2014 / Fête des dépendances 4

1. Guns N’ Roses – Mr. Brownstone
2. Lenny Kravitz – Cold Turkey
3. Serge Gainsbourg – Aux Enfants De La Chance
4. Jacques Dutronc – Opium… 76 more words


In conversation with Hugh Cornwell

The Stranglers guitarist Hugh Cornwell in Conversation with yours truly. by Lucyroby on Mixcloud

I spoke to The Strangler’s guitarist, singer and songwriter Hugh Cornwell on Bolton FM about his new album, upcoming tour and exciting future projects with John Cooper Clarke.

Dire? Not really.

I can place myself sitting in the 6th form common room listening to this.  It would be safe to assume that it was immediately preceded (and succeeded) by something from The Stranglers or The Jam or Ian Dury and the Blockheads, so what was it doing on the record player?   145 more words

Monday Music: Highs and lows

It may come as a surprise to some people who know me, but the only illegal drug I have ever indulged in is marijuana. And I guess that for followers of this blog who don’t know me personally, that previous sentence itself may be something of a surprise. 981 more words